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NAME

MooX::JSON_LD - Extend Moo to provide JSON-LD mark-up for your objects.

SYNOPSIS

    # Your Moo (or Moose) Class
    package::My::Moo::Class

    use Moo;

    use MooX::JSON_LD 'Person';

    has first_name => ( ... json_ld => 1 );
    has last_name  => ( ... json_ld => 1 );

    has birth_date => ( ...
        json_ld => 'birthDate',
        json_ld_serializer => sub { shift->birth_date->ymd },
    );

    # Then, in a program somewhere...
    use My::Moo::Class;

    my $obj = My::Moo::Class->new({
      first_name => 'David',
      last_name  => 'Bowie',
      birth_date => '1947-01-08',
    });

    # print a text representation of the JSON-LD
    print $obj->json_ld;

    # print the raw data structure for the JSON-LD
    use Data::Dumper;
    print Dumper $obj->json_ld_data;

DESCRIPTION

This is a companion module for MooX::Role::JSON_LD. It extends the has method to support options to add attributes to the json_ld_fields and create the json_ld_type .

To declare the type, add it as the option when importing the module, e.g.

  use MooX::JSON_LD 'Thing';

Moo attributes are extended with the following options:

json_ld
  has headline => (
    is      => 'ro',
    json_ld => 1,
  );

This adds the "headline" attribute to the json_ld_fields.

  has alt_headline => (
    is      => 'ro',
    json_ld => 'alternateHeadline',
  );

This adds the "alt_headline" attribute to the json_ld_fields, with the label "alternateHeadline".

json_ld_serializer
  has birth_date => (
    is      => 'ro',
    isa     => InstanceOf['DateTime'],
    json_ld => 'birthDate',
    json_ld_serializer => sub { shift->birth_date->ymd },
  );

This allows you to specify a method for converting the data into an object that JSON can serialize.

AUTHOR

Robert Rothenberg <rrwo@cpan.org>

SEE ALSO

MooX::Role::JSON_LD

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2018, Robert Rothenberg. All Rights Reserved.

This script is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.